Toilet seat- how do I fix the small black burnt spot?
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They are inexpensive to replace. Repair depends on construction of the toilet seat. Plastic? You could use sandpaper then rubbing compound working down to a polishing compound. If you don't have these things they will cost more than a new seat. If your seat is of compressed sawdust you can sand the burnt spot off then prime and repaint the entire seat. Again, more expensive than $10 replacement. Solid wood seats were popular for a while and are $35 and up for a replacement. Sand it off and try to match the stain then spray polyurethane over the entire seat.
replace seat .. not worthy to fix